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Facebook is contemplating a move to suspend all political advertising on its platform ahead of the 2020 US Presidential election.
Google will start requiring identity verification from all advertisers on its platforms - not just those running political ads.
Facebook announced an update to its Ad Library that increases transparency for political ads and gives users more control over the ads they see.
After slowly expanding its political ad transparency tools over the last year, Facebook is now rolling them out globally.
As part of its continuing efforts to protect elections from misinformation and meddling, Facebook will be making all European political parties register as advertisers across the EU.
Facebook has announced that new restrictions on political advertising will now be extending to more regions globally.
With Indias's general election coming up next year, Facebook is rolling out changes to the way political ads are managed on its platforms in the country.
Facebook is applying its political ads policies to the UK as well. They were previously only applicable in the US and Brazil.
After a group of seven media associations banded together to protest Facebook's issue ads policy, Facebook has clarified that it will not be making an exception for them.
As the furor caused by the role of online ads in the 2016 US presidential elections continues, Google is the latest tech company taking measures to make sure that all political ads run on its …
Expanding on its promise to have political advertisers identified - and political ads labeled - Facebook will now be requiring anyone buying "issues-based" ads deemed broadly political to be verified as well.